This week's local crime and court updates from Times-News.
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Aaron W. Keller, 30, of Spring Creek fired at the trooper and was killed just moments after he was pulled over at 12th and River streets, according to Col. Daniel Solow, chief of the NHP.
McCord Larsen was sworn in Monday as the appointed prosecutor in Cassia County.
A man who owned a soil and water remediation consulting firm has been sentenced to pay $318,985 in restitution to former clients for doctoring environmental tests.
An Idaho man imprisoned for more than two decades for bombing a Planned Parenthood clinic and robbing a bank in Spokane Valley in 1996 walked free from federal custody this week.
Bryan Lee Thieme, 39, pleaded guilty to the charge on Aug. 21, 2019.
A man reportedly attacked Marsh Valley Superintendent Marvin Hansen with a baseball bat outside the district office on Tuesday.
On Wednesday the Idaho Department of Correction announced it had its first confirmed case of coronavirus at one of its prisons, the Idaho State Correctional Center.
The case of two kids who were missing for months before they were found dead in rural Idaho has taken another bizarre twist, with new court documents alleging that their mother believed they were zombies and that she was on a mission to rid the world of such creatures.